6. Choose a well-fitting suit or blazer
You shouldn’t be swimming in your suit like you raided your older brother’s closet, and you shouldn’t be straining in it either. Here’s a handy guide from our brothers over at JackThreads.
7. Hone dazzling interview skills
Sit up straight, don’t gesticulate too much, and don't say “um.” Ever. Also, preparation is key, but so is believing your own hype -- or no one else will.
8. Become a contributing member of society
Protip: Volunteer at an animal shelter and be paid in appreciative purrs. (By, like, cats. Don’t be weird.)
9. Build up your financial smarts
It’s not a party in your savings account if Benjamin ain’t there. Yeah, they probably should have thrown a personal finance class at us in high school -- between totally applicable lessons like how the mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell, and getting beaned in the face during dodge ball -- but that’s why there are free online personal finance classes.